COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Ten more homes have been found burned by what was already Colorado's most destructive wildfire.
An updated list released Friday shows 389 homes destroyed as authorities continue to assess the damage from the fire near Colorado Springs.
The homes were burned earlier in the Black Forest Fire and have only now been surveyed. Only one home burned Thursday and none were lost overnight.
On Friday, the fire appeared to be less active, producing some haze but no plumes of smoke as it did earlier.
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